Chelsea Under-18s will play Bradford City in the third round of the FA Youth Cup at Kingsmeadow on Saturday 17 December.

Our third round match against the Bantams is scheduled for a noon kick-off and ticket information is set out below.

We faced Bradford in the 2019/20 season in this same competition as a 5-0 victory saw us past the Bantams on that occasion.

Ticket sales information

Ticket sales for this match will be as follows:

Tickets will be priced at £5 for adults and £3 for concessions

Tuesday 6 December from 10am ONLINE ONLY: Tickets are on general sale

Tickets for this match will go off sale online on Saturday 17 December at 12pm. Tickets will also be available to purchase on matchday from the Kingsmeadow ticket office two hours prior to kick off.

All tickets are subject to availability. Only card payments will be accepted at the Kingsmeadow ticket office. 

Disabled Supporters Application Process 

Disabled supporters can apply by telephone sale on the disability line 0371 811 2012 or international 0044 207 915 1950 or by submitting the application form to [email protected] during the relevant sales period as detailed above.

Supporters who are registered disabled wishing to apply by email can download the Kingsmeadow home ticket application form which can be found by clicking here.

To receive a personal assistant ticket disabled members will need to apply by telephone sale or via the application form and not purchasing online.

Accessible Car Parking

Supporters can now make applications for the car parking at Kingsmeadow using the online application service by clicking here. Applications for this fixture will be available from 10am on Friday 9 December. Applications for car parking will no longer be accepted by telephone. Supporters will be required to display your blue badge while parked at Chelsea FC.

Dispatching of tickets

Supporters will need to ensure they have a valid email address registered in their online account as all tickets are [email protected] and will be dispatched via email immediately.

Supporters should print the tickets off in advance of matchday as there is no facility at Kingsmeadow to print them. 

Academy news

In other news, Malik Mothersille has been nominated for the Papa Johns Player of the Round for the Round of 32.

The attacker scored a brace against Peterborough in our 4-2 victory over the League One outfit.

He currently sits on four goals in the competition having scored a brace in our group-stage game against Leyton Orient.